Chronological New Testament
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The New Testament as it has been handed down to us is not in chronological order. Being more of a library of 27 books, it was arranged during the Middle Ages generally with the longest works up front and the shorter ones to to the end. Commonly handled in modern times as a single 'book', many have fallen into error by proof-texting (that is, knitting unrelated passages together in an effort to prove one's prejudice). With respect to God's Holy Word, it is to be properly understood in context, with its original intent. In this book, Ken Brown has drawn from the research of many scholars to come up with a chronological rendering of the New Testament by using the Acts narrative as the structure to place the various Epistles in a proper historical context. Further, he has supplied valuable commentary to introduce each book and aid the reader in getting a deeper understanding of the Church Jesus set out to establish.